Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 26 20:11:47 EST 2006 | davef
What is the make-up of the residue? Is finding this residue new to your standard operation? What has changed?
Electronics Forum | Wed Jan 17 10:01:49 EST 2007 | lyetc
Hi...have you try ultrasonic cleaning before rinsing?
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 01 18:11:39 EST 2007 | greg york
Hi Happy New Year HASL fluxes Are very conductive so best advise is get it all off. thanks greg
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 08 10:29:15 EST 2007 | jaime39
The water soluble flux residue is staying there because the rinsing temperature it may be too low. The flux needs about 130-140 degrees celcius to become soft. If you are using water soluble flux, as per IPC A 610 standards it needs to be remove comp
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 15 11:43:13 EST 2007 | fredericksr
celsius or fahrenheit? I am not entirely familiar with the deeper details of HASL, but 130F-140F is adequate to clean many of the water-soluble fluxes used for component soldering.
Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 27 20:33:50 EST 2006 | greg york
water alone especially cold is not good enough, how do you check for hasl fluids when most residues left behind after improper cleaning are non ionic. Use 40C saponifier followed by heated rinse then cold rinse then DI rinse followed by dry.Nylon bru
Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 29 01:25:32 EST 2006 | yusuf
About one year we have that problem with some of pcbs. Our customers told us about that. Because they can't mounting components on those pcb reason of flux residue. As you know flux not conductive chemical. We didn't change anything before having tha
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 26 10:54:37 EST 2006 | yusufgomec
We use hot air leveling (HAL) process in pcb production. HAL process is 3 steps. �n 1. step flux. 2. step is HAL. And 3. step is rinsing. As you know there is mustn't any flux after rinsing operation. Our flux chemical is water soluable. But there ar
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 05 07:47:47 EDT 1999 | Dave F
| | | Has anyone had a problem with the trailer tape length being too short and causing placement machine to stop for parts exhaust (SMT parts)? I realize the EIA spec. is set for this length but would like to know what issues you have had. Thanks